Virtual assets complicate estate planning

11/2/2009 |

Estate planning is being challenged by the popularity of social networks and virtual goods, which can often hold more than just sentimental value. While tangible goods aren't destroyed after someone dies, virtual ones can be. "Control of digital assets is often disputed, and the mediators -- whether they provide e-mail services, social networking or virtual real estate -- have a big say," Chris V. Nicholson writes.

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